Old turkey sandwich: turkey breast, jack cheese, cranberry chutney, mayo, green leaf lettuce and tomatoes on a french roll New Turkey and Provolone sandwich (not to be confused with the new California turkey club sandwich): roasted turkey breast, provolone cheese, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, mayo and red wine vinaigrette on a rosemary parmesan roll(more…)
“So, you just graduated. What’s your next move?!” This is a question that just about every graduating senior has heard countless times and probably has become mechanical in answering. The next round of proud UCLA Bruins are now venturing out and taking on the world with their accomplishments and we wanted to trouble them with that question one more time to find out what they have planned. Here’s what just a couple of our awesome class of 2014 students had to say:
“I will be moving back home to Korea to study law and pursue that.”
-Jongwook Chung, political science graduate (more…)
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Blogspot … the number of social media outlets that we are tied to seem to be almost infinite at times. With so many different types of social media outlets and so many different ways to share information, we began wondering how UCLA students preferred to share their news. We asked five UCLA students how they would share five different stories and the results were surprisingly uniform.
1. You just got accepted into graduate school. How do you share this news?
Jeanette Lemus Second-year, biology
“I would choose Facebook because I think it’s more text friendly and I would be able to write a post and people will actually take the time to read it as opposed to Instagram which is more picture-based. I know when I look through my news feed on Instagram, I focus my attention on the picture instead of the caption so I feel like other people will do the same to a post about my acceptance to grad school.” (more…)
True life: I’m in a relationship with caffeine. Specifically, sweet and creamy drinks that taste more like dessert than coffee. So naturally, I go crazy for Starbuck’s frappy hour. What is frappy hour, you ask. It’s basically happy hour for frappuccinos including the ones on Starbucks’ secret menu, meaning that all frappuccinos are half priced (even though the sign says, “Buy one, get one free” you can buy just one frappuccino at half the normal cost). Frappy hour is happening at all Starbucks locations May 1 – May 10 from 3 to 5 p.m. This week MOJO asked students in line for frappy hour what drink they planned on ordering: